POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. -- Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds and Powder Springs Police are seeking help from the public in locating the killer of a mother in her home a year ago.
Twenty-three year-old Danielle Marshall was found dead in her Powder Springs home on the evening of Sun., Jan. 13, 2013.
Reynolds says the suspect killed Marshall and left her infant daughter unattended in the home. Police were called by the father of the child, who said no one had answered the door at the home, though he could hear the child crying inside.
Marshall's mother, Gloria Marshall had recently left her job at a Goodwill store to attend Chattahoochee Tech.
The death was the only homicide in the city of Powder Springs in 2013. Despite dozens of interviews by investigators and following a number of leads, no arrests have been made in the case.
Anyone with any information that may lead to Marshall's killer is asked to call the Cobb County Cold Case tip-line at 770-528-3032. Callers may remain anonymous.
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